Maharashtra minister said – action should be taken against drug users, Bollywood will not allow shift from Mumbai to elsewhere

The Narcotics Control Bureau (NCB) team probing the Bollywood drugs connection has once again started taking swift action. The NCB summoned the first producer Feroz Nadiadwala one day on Sunday and searched his house. In the meantime, his wife Shabana Saeed was arrested after the drugs were recovered. At the same time, on Monday, the team has searched the house of actor Arjun Rampal and has also summoned him and his girlfriend Gabriela Demetriades for questioning.

Amidst the investigation being conducted regarding the Bollywood drugs connection, Maharashtra minister Anil Parab said that if someone is getting drugs from someone or someone is consuming it. It should be acted against and against the law. But if someone is defaming Bollywood and working to shift it from Mumbai to somewhere else. Will not let this happen. He further said that it is wrong to assume that entire Bollywood is bad only because some people are involved in drugs. Action should be taken against those involved.

Recently, Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray has challenged UP CM Yogi Adityanath and said that if he has the courage, then he should move the Film City to Uttar Pradesh. A few months ago, Adityanath said that he would make the country’s biggest film city in Uttar Pradesh. Since then, Shiv Sena and BJP have been face to face on this issue. The Shiv Sena accused the BJP of conspiring to shift Bollywood from Mumbai to another place. But we will not allow it to be completed.

Let us tell you that NCB was activated after the drugs angle surfaced in the case of Sushant Singh Rajput’s death. Arjun Rampal has been questioned by Deepika Padukone, Shraddha Kapoor, Sara Ali Khan, Rakulpreet Singh and Deepika’s former manager Karishma Prakash in addition to Riya Chakraborty in the NCB investigation before. NCB also got Charas and CBD Oil from Karishma’s house. Apart from this, NCB also arrested Krishan Prasad, a former executive producer of Dharma Productions.


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